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be hard pressed to keep up with cynthia kang. >> i forgot to buy onions. >> reporter: she maneuvers through the supermarket aisles looking for sales and specials. it's her monday morning ritual. cynthia cooks for the doris krauss senior center, at old first presbyterian church in san francisco. the center offers free lunch, once a week, for 40 to 60 neighborhood seniors. >> i love cooking. my passion is cook. and it's kind of therapeutic for me. >> reporter: in this small industrial kitchen cynthia creates meals from scratch, comfort food on a tight budget. today's menu of meatloaf, salad, mashed potatoes and mushrooms and a holiday cake came to just under $120. but the look on her guests' faces is priceless. >> when i see seniors be happy, when they are served and they want --they come and get second helping, it just makes me feel so satisfied that i made seniors happy for at least one afternoon. >> reporter: cynthia a human resources consultant first signed up to help serve one monday when her church said they were low on volunteers. >> i had a day off. it was a holiday. and so i
on the agenda. congratulations to cynthia and the board; we continue to have a good credit rating. we have not had to issue bonds but we are prepared to that. we have negotiated a letter of credit; there is a significant cost savings, just under 1 million dollars a year that are now available for projects. we have had a big office move; congratulations to cynthia and her staff. if you have not looked at the window recently it is converted to residential use. last but not least i want to reiterate what jose luis and the chair have said about the leadership of the board; and more more about the public and private partners. a huge thanks to the wonderful staff past and present and our interns who have done amazing things. i want to mention anthony adams who created interactive maps. you can find the project, cost phase and completion. we expect this to go live next month. thank you. >> thank you for your presentation; the interactive map something and fantastic; i look forward to seeing that. >> can you tell us where the map will be located? >> on our website, www.sfcta.org. >> okay tha
with cynthia kang. >> i forgot to buy onions. >> reporter: she maneuvers through the supermarket aisles looking for sales and specials. it's her monday morning ritual. cynthia cooks for the doris senior center at old first presbyterian church in center. the center offers free lunch, once a week, for 40 to 60 neighborhood seniors. >> i love cooking. my passion is cook. and it's kind of therapeutic for me. >> reporter: in this small industrial kitchen cynthia creates meals from scratch, comfort food on a tight budget. today's menu of meatloaf, salad, mashed potatoes and mushrooms and a holiday cake came to just under $120. but the look on her guests' faces is priceless. >> when i see seniors be happy, when they are served and they want -- they come and get second helping, it just makes me feel so satisfied that i made seniors happy for at least one afternoon. >> reporter: cynthia a human resources consultant first signed up to help serve one monday when her church said they were low on volunteers. >> i had a day off. it was a holiday. and so i believe it was the labor day weekend. so i came and t
, cynthia fong deputy directorr for finance administration. you have a report for the fiscal year ending june - 2012. since there are more than 500,000 dollars of federal expenditures spent during the fiscal year. single audit included audit over the yerbabuena ramps, buildings and structures dynamic traffic assignment model development project; integrated public private partnership travel demand program; and several competition programs including the congestion management, bayshore intermodal station access study, market octavia station action plan, market street station area plan and eastern neighborhood transportation and limitation plan study both .auditory performed by -- o'conel, also the auditors for the city and county of san francisco. today we have cindy kahn to walk through the results of the audit. each of you should have a copy of the powerpoint presentation in front of you. >> thank you. >> good morning. thank you for inviting me to discuss the results of the authority's 2012 financial and federal compliance audits. i will go through the audit responsibilities in
and jamie foxx. >>> from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden, and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," january 2nd, 2013. >>> good evening, i'm cynthia mcfadden. tonight we begin with a twisted tale of romance gone deadly wrong. today, opening arguments began in the shocking murder trial of a 32-year-old woman who stands accused of an unbelievably violent crime. slashing, stabbing and shooting her one-time boyfriend. since her arrest, her story of what happened that night has shifted dramatically, and soon, her life could depend on which version a jury believes. here's abc's ryan owens. >> reporter: she may have won this jailhouse christmas carolling contest, but jody arias may have a much tougher time winning over a jury. >> this is not a case of whodunit. the person who committed this killing sits in court today. >> reporter: the 32-year-old who faces the death penalty cried today as prosecutors laid out their opening arguments, detailing for the jury in phoenix, arizona, how she allegedly murdered her one-time boyfriend tra
the global resources of abc news, this is "nightline" with cynthia mcfadden in new york city. >> and good evening, i'm cynthia mcfadden. tonight, living outside the law. it may surprise you to learn there are a growing number of americans living right here in the united states who insist that federal laws do not apply to them. including the 22-year-old who showed abc's dan harris the radical lengths he's willing to go to to fend off uncle sam. >> i'm going to go in and speak with the prosecutor. >> reporter: it's 8:20 on a monday morning at the county courthouse in idaho, and the 21-year-old operating this video camera is trying to bring it into the courtroom where he's contesting a minor ticket. >> i don't know what the held law book you're reading, man, but it doesn't apply to me. >> reporter: watch what happens next. i'm going in. >> no, you're not going in. >> don't touch me. >> you're not going in, sir. >> let the record show that you just battered me and -- >> step back. >> you're using. oh! stop, please. i'm not doing anything wrong! >> reporter: his name is robert peterson, and he
to strike from texas to michigan. >>> from washington, this is "nightline" with cynthia mcfadden. >>> again, and thanks for joining us. tonight, the frantic international search for the young american mother who suddenly vanished while traveling alone on a dream vacation. it was her first trip overseas, but right before she was supposed to return home to her husband and her two young boys in new york, she disappeared without a trace. abc's juju chang brings us the latest. >> reporter: it was the trip of a lifetime complete with artsy instagram posts from istanbul, that sarai sierra, an avid photographer, shared with her family in new york. but when they went to pick her up at the airport, they discovered to their horror that somewhere halfway around the world she simply vanished. >> i called united airlines. they stated that she didn't board the flight. >> reporter: tonight her husband steven is caught up in a gut wrenching global missing persons case. >> you know, you have so many thoughts going through your mind. you don't know what to think. you don't know what to believe. you don't know
. >> all right. i'm now joined by pulitzer prize winning journalist and syndicated columnist cynthia mctucker and lenny mccallister of the urban radio network. both of you welcome to the program. cynthia, as a reagan conservative i think i'm on the wrong side of this issue. i want to limit the automatic guns and also want to limit the 100-bullet magazines that they hold. but i think that david keene whom i've known for decades is going to be right. none of this stuff is going to get through the congress. >> well, it may be that the ban on high capacity magazines has a better chance than the ban on actual assault weapons. but why not? why shouldn't we ban assault weapons? they were banned from 1994 to 2004 without any inconvenience to hunters, without any inconvenience to families who wanted to guarantee the safety of their homes. you don't need an assault weapon for either of those. so while i think congress may be skiddish and house republicans probably absolutely resistant, it's still a good idea. well, you know, lenny, go back to you. you look at kim strassel's article in the "wall s
.com and an msnbc political analyst. and cynthia tuckel, syndicated columnist for "the atlanta constitution." thank you both for being here with me tonight. >> good to be here, reverend. >> senator, let me go to you first. how should democrats handle these republicans who, apparently, haven't learned anything from their failures in the last congress? >> well, they have no choice but to go around them, go over them, go through them, which is basically what happened with the deal to overt the fiscal cliff. much of this is going to depend on president obama's leadership. the president stood firm in these negotiations. he had told republicans, he had told the american public, that he was not going to sign any deal that did not increase taxes on the wealthiest americans. he told them and he told them and he told them. they did not believe him. they thought that they could roll over him just as they had done in 2011. >> right. >> it did not work. so if the president holds fast, as he did before, they will not be able to roll over him and gut programs of consequence and ruin the economy. >> now, joan, so
" interview, brand new magazine, he said obviously that hasn't happened yet. joining me is columnist cynthia tucker and "the washington post's" eugene robinson. i want to start with gene up here. it seems to me they have this new sort of gee, whiz, we're getting beat up, but they were the party that for four years shut the door on a new president. he won the election -- >> and said, you know, our number one goal is to make him a one-term president, and they said, no, no, no. they said no to measures they had proposed in the past, but as long as he proposed them, they said no. to turn around and then say, oh, he's hitting us, he's beating us up, it's kind of silly, and i don't know -- are they just trying to rally the troops -- >> wasn't this the macho party a couple weeks ago, and they're now becoming the -- >> used to be. now they're victims. >> cynthia, what is the psychology to tell people who have been predatory towards the president that they're somehow now being bullied? what is in the psycho ward that tells them they will unite if we're all victims getting beat up? mitch mcconnell --
" with cynthia mcfadden. >> good evening, i'm cynthia mcfadden. tonight we begin with america and its guns, as president obama prepares to announce his sweeping plan to curb gun violence tomorrow, across the country millions have already rushed out to buy a record number of new guns. and one man who thinks that's a very good thing, radio shock jock alex jones. he made national headlines last week with a fiery pro-gun tirade that quickly went viral, and that's not all he's got to say. here is abc's dan harris. >> reporter: are you for hitler or against hitler? whatever they say is the opposite. they never tell the truth. >> reporter: tonight as millions of americans worry about the government taking away their guns, this man, alex jones, is pushing a lot of buttons. >> and i'm here to tell you, 1776 will commence again if you try to take our firearms. we will not relinquish them. do you understand? >> reporter: when alex jones went on cnn's piers morgan to discuss gun control in the wake of the sandy hook massacre -- >> you're a hatchet man of the new world order. >> reporter: he created a
abc news with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city this is "night line" january 7, 2013. >> i'm assistanty mcfadden. it's that time of year again time for the holiday spending hangover and for those of you feeling the sting it may surprise you to learn you could earn hundreds of dollars from the gifts you don't want or have lying around the house. paula farris brings us the tips. >> reporter: meet jamie and jordan from new jersey, jamie is a party planner and stay at home mom to four children. dad works in the software industry. >> what did you get for christmas? >> reporter: they shop the sales to make sure santa delivered on christmas morning. >> did you get this for christmas? what is it? >> reporter: but bills can pile up. and who doesn't need some extra cash. fortunately there is a lot of loot hiding in their home and we will help them buy a new camera. >> you have a nice camera. >> yes. >> but not practical. >> not at all. i have to try to get that out right now and i lost. moment's gone. and really? really? >> you're overloaded. >> you think. >> t
cynthia fong at her staff or another clean audit, multiple years in a row. particular the phenomenal since as said, she and another staff in the world family leave. >> thank you cynthia. >> are there any questions or comments? seeing none, any public comments on item 5? seeing none do we have a motion to move this to the full authority to accept the audit? >> so moved. >> colleagues can we take that without objection? >> that will be the order. >> item 6. any introductions? any public comments? seeing none public comments are closed. item 7. >> public comment. >> any public comment related to any matter before the jurisdiction of this committee? seeing none public comment disclosed. >> meeting adjourned. >> hello. and welcome to "need your district supervisor -- meet your district supervisor." supervisors campos is our supervisor for this week. welcome. thank you for joining us today. tell us about your background. where you grew up, went to school? >> sure. i was born in guatemala. i was brought here by my parents. i grew up in l.a., and then moved up to the bay area, and i went
. >> any comment? >> i wanted to commend cynthia fong at her staff or another clean audit, multiple years in a row. particular the phenomenal since as said, she and another staff in the world family leave. >> thank you cynthia. >> are there any questions or comments? seeing none, any public comments on item 5? seeing none do we have a motion to move this to the full authority to accept the audit? >> so moved. >> colleagues can we take that without objection? >> that will be the order. >> item 6. any introductions? any public comments? seeing none public comments are closed. item 7. >> public comment. >> any public comment related to any matter before the jurisdiction of this committee? seeing none public comment disclosed. >> meeting adjourned. >> i have 2 job titles. i'm manager of the tour program as well as i am the historyian of city hall. this building is multifaceted to say the very least it's a municipal building that operates the city and county of san francisco. this building was a dream that became a reality of a man by the name of james junior elected mayor of san francisco
this january 12 meeting. >> any comment? >> i wanted to commend cynthia fong at her staff or another clean audit, multiple years in a row. particular the phenomenal since as said, she and another staff in the world family leave. >> thank you cynthia. >> are there any questions or comments? seeing none, any public comments on item 5? seeing none do we have a motion to move this to the full authority to accept the audit? >> so moved. >> colleagues can we take that without objection? >> that will be the order. >> item 6. any introductions? any public comments? seeing none public comments are closed. item 7. >> public comment. >> any public comment related to any matter before the jurisdiction of this committee? seeing none public comment disclosed. >> meeting adjourned. >> you're watching quick bites, a look at san francisco foods. today you're in for a real treat. oh, my. food inspired by the mediterranean and released with a twist so unique you can only find it in one place in san francisco. the 56th annual armenian bizarre, this is extra special not only because i happen to be armenian
" anchor cynthia mcfadden sat down with clinton as her term comes to an end. >> reporter: she's been secretary of sate for four years. visited 112 countries, more than any of her pred sersz. logged more than 1 million miles. it's where she is going next that has everybody talking. can you still say with a straight face there is no way you would consider running for president. >> sitting here right now, that's certainly what i believe. i'm still the secretary of state. i'm not in politics. >> reporter: are we up to maybe. >> that's very good, cynthia. well, of course, of course, i am flattered and honored. i didn't know about some of these things that are happening now. i don't know how else to say it. but i am going to get back into my life again. >> reporter: a recent series of medical problems have been no laughing matter. it is good to see you looking so healthy. >> thank you, thank you. >> reporter: it really was a serious health scare. >> it was a big surprise to me, because i've been so healthy for my entire life. i'm getting fully recovered. i will be back to full speed. but,
, but a one-ring circus on the far right. and, also with me, cynthia tucker, syndicated columnist and now visiting professionalism of journalism at the university of georgia. thank you both for joining me. >> glad to be here. >> bob, are there any reasonable republicans left to put the ship back on course? >> well, i don't agree with some of the analysis that peggy gives. but her recommendations are reasonable and sensible. if you talk privately, they'll all say they want to do this. what noonan wants is a party like ronald reagan. a deal on social security, deals with democrats on taxes. but today's republicans, these folks in the house, the people you just talked about, they're regaenites in the real party. they're not guilty going to give an inch. i think we're going to see self inflicted crisis after self-inflicts crisis. it's good for the democrats, but bad for america. >> very bad for america. you look at a web site called days without a gop rape mentioned dot com. that's the name of it. it's inspired by steven kobert. they had to reset their clock to zero after this new legitimate
, robert richardson, jeff gawker, and many more present and discuss their books. next, cynthia helms, widow of richard helms, recounts her life. she drug in england and served in world war ii, calls for introduction to the world of secret intelligence via her husband, the internal politics of the cia and the couple's time spent in tehran as richard helms served as american ambassador prior to the iranian revolution. this is about an hour. [applause] [applause] >> thank you. very kind of you, nice event you allowed us to have here. i am most grateful to you and i thank you for coming. cynthia is quite right. five years -- if you knew richard helms you didn't dare argue what was in the cards with him. what we were going to tehran i finally said to him can you cope the box? he said what box? i said a cardboard box that has been on the top shelf for years. so he opened it and the only thing and it was his silk scarf with his evening clothes. all those years i thought it was love letters. from wonderful beautiful woman that i didn't know anything about. i did not really intend to write this book
feel we learned from the member of congress, as cynthia mckinney trying to get into her place of employment? >> it is a new once example of why people can become so frustrated. it is never the explicit issue. nitrite to go to a space where i belong in somebody tries to stop me it must be something other than i don't have my id. but in those instances we see racial paranoia not just a four marginalized population even when we're at the top of the game that folks seem to be that there is no open and shut case with the black hat bad guy a cop does not say racist things as a security guard you don't belong here because you are black by it is politically correct to do that work anyway without ever invoking race at all but it is more slippery than a quintessential way than you imagine. >> host: in your view are white people unfairly tarnished with the race card brush? do you include examples? >> one of the things i decided to focus on how african-americans understand race but that is a natural way to respond given how what race functions also it is unproductive to box ourselves into
, but out of tune communication so they can again, indulge their own self delusions. >> now, cynthia, we are seeing here where the governor told politico or source told politico that romney has been out of the news and it was purposeful. he didn't want to say something on the fiscal cliff and have the president use it as a wedge between the speaker and the minority leader. he's been purposely taking a low profile. >> well, as bob says, he doesn't have a political platform from which to speak, anyway. and the last thing republicans want is him speaking out on the fiscal cliff or anything else. they want to act as if that losing campaign ever happened. let's remember, mitt romney was never beloved by the republican masses, anyway. as one republican put it, there's not a mitt romney wing of the republican party. he was just the last guy standing. he had a whole bunch of money and he beat out the rest of these not-so-stellar contenders to win the gop nomination. but he never had a natural constituency within the party any wae. so they were -- so they are -- they are more than willing to see
will now proceed to the oath of office. >> i would like to welcome and introduce the honorable cynthia ming-mei lee, presiding judge, supuerior court of california. who will administer the oath of office to the following individuals: david campos eric mar john avaols myself mornam yee london breed. >> judge lee: good to be here. please come forward. would the supervisors being sworn in prer fer to stand? you all have to agree on. >> judge lee: would you all please raise your right hand? please state your name after "i". repeat after me. i do solemnly swear or affirm that i will support and defend the constitution of the united states. and the constitution of the state of california. against all enemies, foreign and domestic. that i will bear true faith and allegiance to the constitution of the united states. and the constitution of the state of california. that i take this obligation fully, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion. and that i will wield and faithfully discharge the duties upon which i am about to enter. and during this time as i hold the office of member
carthy, a democrat of new york, and cynthia tucker, a pulitzer prize winning columnist. thank you both for joining us. you have been in this fight for so long, congresswoman mccarthy. i have to ask you, is there something out there in the water that's changed or are we confronting the old power of the nra? >> well, certainly we are confronting them. we'll always be able to confront them, but this time is different, and i think that the american people are realizing on how radical they actually are. you know, when you see the polls in most people in america support on what we're trying to do, even nra members, so that this time is different. i think it's a combination of the gun violence that we have seen over the last couple years, but what happened in connecticut, that went over the top. we had a hearing yesterday afternoon, and i have to tell you, victims that i have been working with for years from virginia tech, from aurora, i mean everybody was crying as the superintendent of schools was talking about the children and what they can do. so it is our job, but we can't do it alone, and the presiden
and freedom and cynthia has been a long-time member and influencer of our work. for almost 98 years old of a women's peace organization that was started of women that came together to add world war i. you might know jane addams and our comrade, but it has continued in the work continues not only at an international level, but a local level. our colleagues in congo, for example, i was thinking of them when you were speaking, cynthia, because they always say where we was talking about sexual island, but when i come to the u.s., nobody satisfies the u.s. government continuing to sell arms in the eastern drc. these are critical to 1325 and why our organization was one of the key organizations that pushed for a feminist resolution. a revolution of the antiwar, not the phrase making were safe or women and it becomes a key tool for colleagues working in the middle of conflict situations, whether in palestine with the drc and the u. s., at the race are using 1325 to say this is not about instruments wising women in foreign policy. it's not about saving women in afghanistan. it's about looking o
. the deputy city attorney will provide the board with any legal advice i'm cynthia goldstein the board's executive director. we're joined from representatives from the city departments with the cases before us. scott sanchez is here, he is representing the planning department and planning commission. joseph duffy, senior building inspector representing the department of building inspection. john kwong is here and i'm not sure if they are in the room, but i'm expecting representatives from the environmental health section of the department of health. if you could conduct the swearing-in process. >> the board requests that you turn off all phones and pagers so they will not disturb the proceedings. please carry on conversations in the hallways. the board's rules of presentation are as follows, appellants, permit holders and department representatives each have seven minutes to present their cases and three minutes for rebuttals. people affiliated with these parties must include their comments within the 7 or 3-minute periods. members of the public, who are not affiliated with the partis
with several officials about what they're doing to defend against the outbreak. >> cynthia norris knows she has to get creative. she has to keep a nationwide flu outbreak from slamming into her school. with this small group of kids ages 6 to 11, it's the visual that counts. she spreads glitter on her desk. >> then i'm going to put my hands in it and that represents the germs. the germs that we don't see, okay. so, if i come and i touch you, this glitter being the germs will be what i pass on to you and you could potentially get sick. okay. now, my phone rings i pick up the phone. now, after i put it down, look at that. what does that represent? >> germs. >> as a registered nurse in maryland, norris is like a field commander against the flu. her other tactics. culling sheets and demoes on hand washing. sanitizer dispensers all over the place. >> what do you think of this? does it help you? >> yes, because like when you clean hands, you make sure it's clean and you don't get a lot of germs. >> do you find a lot of this hard to remember to try to prevent the flu? >> reporter: no. the region of the
. "nightline" anchor cynthia mcfadden asked her about her next chapter and that first day off. >> reporter: saturday morning -- >> yes. >> reporter: what happens? >> well, i hope i get to sleep in. you know, i'm thinking about that, because it will be the first time in many years when i've got no office to go to, no schedule to keep, no work to do. that will probably last a few days and then i will be up and going with my new projects. >> and you can see all of hillary clinton's last interview as secretary of state, it is with cynthia mcfadden tonight on "nightline" at their new time, 12:35 a.m. eastern. >>> and still ahead on "world news," remember sandra bullock and "the blind side?" we caught up with the real life player who is about to play in his first super bowl. why he may not even have the most amazing story on the field on sunday. >>> and later on, what is it like to ride a record-breaking ten-story tall, 100-foot wave? how did he do it? i have the flu... i took theraflu, but i still have this cough. [ male announcer ] truth is theraflu doesn't treat your cough. what? [ male annou
here. >> reporter: cynthia said the pulleying started with a threat. >> -- the bullying started with a threat. >> she said do you have a phone? i said no. she said i don't like you. >> reporter: soon after she was attacked suffering cuts and bruises. her arm is still scarred. all three girls say they have no idea why they were targeted. >> they just attack you for no reason. >> reporter: in police reports it's confirmed the attacks were unprovoked and the victims never attempted to fight back. police were called to hogan middle school 179 times since september, 2011, the most calls among vallejo middle schools. parents say bullies are often the reason for those calls and that bullying has gotten out of control. >> these kids are vicious and this is how they make name for themselves. >> reporter: but even worse says anesia's mother. >> there was no school nurse called, anyone that came to her aid at all while they cleaned up the bloody mess. a crime had actually been committed in my opinion at school and i feel that the principal there at
thrown to the ground and viciously beaten. so was her best friend, cynthia benevides. >> she busted my lip here. >> reporter: cynthia says the bullying started with a threat. >> do you have a problem with me? i said no. she said, oh, well, i don't like you. >> reporter: soon after, she was attacked suffering cuts and bruises, her arm is still scarred. all three girls say they have no idea why they were targeted. >> they just attack you for no reason. >> reporter: in police reports, witnesses confirm the attacks were unprovoked. and victims never attempted to fight back. police were called here to hogan middle school 179 times since september of 2011. that's the most calls among vallejo middle schools. parents say the bullies are often the reasons for the calls and that bullying has gotten out of control. >> these kids are vicious. and this is how they make a name for themselves. >> reporter: but even worse says her mother -- >> there was no school nurse called, anyone that came to her aid at all. while they cleaned up the bloody mess, a crime
>> "nightline's" cynthia mcfadden asks will she be the one to break ♪ >>> on saturday morning, for the first time in many, many years, hillary clinton will not have a job. friday is her last day as secretary of state. >> as she prepares for what's next, she sat down with abc's own cynthia mcfadden. >> reporter: she's been secretary of state for four years. visited 112 countries. more than any of her predecessors. logged almost a million miles. but it's where she's going next that has everybody talking. let's just say this isn't the first time the question has come up. in moscow three years ago, you told me, i have absolutely no interest in running for president, none. you're never going to run for president again? >> i have absolutely no interest in running for president again. none, none. >> reporter: two years ago, you said the exact same thing in australia. you said talk about the future, you said you're not running for president in 2012 or 2016. what about 2020? in the past few days, a pack called "ready for hillary" has been launched. can you still say with a straight face that you have
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